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Myleene Klass looked sensational as she returned to Smooth radio on Saturday for the first time since winning I’m A Celebrity… South Africa.

The former singer – who was crowned the very first ‘Legend’ on Friday’s episode – cut a stylish figure in animal print shirt and kept it cosy with grey sweatpants.

It comes after Myleene dedicated her win to her three children and admitted they were the ones who ‘begged’ her to go back on to the show when she was uncertain. 

In her first sighting since her win, Myleene, 45, looked radiant as she stepped out of the radio studios with an eye-catching flower tiara.

The radio host donned a pair of cosy lime fluo trainers and accessorised with dainty jewellery including a set of chain necklaces, dainty earrings, rings, bracelet and a watch.

Legend: Myleene Klass looked sensational as she returned to Smooth radio on Saturday for the first time since winning I'm A Celebrity... South Africa

Legend: Myleene Klass looked sensational as she returned to Smooth radio on Saturday for the first time since winning I’m A Celebrity… South Africa 

 

Stylish: The former singer – who was crowned the very first ‘Legend’ on Friday’s episode – cut a stylish figure in animal print shirt and kept it cosy with grey sweatpants

Looking good: Myleene, 45, looked every inch of the glowing winner as she stepped out of the radio studios with an eye-catching flower tiara 

The I’m A Celebrity winner looked stunning as she wore her chocolate tresses loose in waves.

Myleene donned a bronze make up palette, and pouted her lips with nude lipstick.

The former Hear’Say singer turned the streets into her personal sidewalk as she paraded with plenty of balloons – one of them saying ‘congratulations’.

The TV personality appeared in highest spirits as she posed up for the camera and showed off her stunning flower tiara.

Myleene continued celebrating her win as she was captured posing up with Scottish presenter Kirsty Gallacher inside of Smooth radio.

The duo had plenty to smile about as they beamed together while presenting Myleene’s regular Saturday afternoon show.

Kirsty, 47, oozed style as she slipped into a black satin jumpsuit with matching stiletto heels.

The Great British Breakfast presenter slicked her brown locks back in a ponytail and donned a flawless make up, with eyeliner and a pink lipstick.

Myleene oozed confidence as she posed up on a red carpet inside Smooth radio – with a banner saying ‘Congratulations Myleene’ and her candid from I’m A Celebrity.

She’s the moment: The former Hear’Say singer turned the streets into her personal sidewalk as she paraded with plenty of balloons – one of them saying ‘congratulations’

Accessorising: The radio host donned a pair of cosy lime fluo trainers and accessorised with dainty jewellery including a set of chain necklaces, dainty earrings, rings, bracelet and a watch

Pal: Myleene continued celebrating her win as she was captured posing up with Scottish presenter Kirsty Gallacher inside of Smooth radio

Chic: Kirsty, 47, oozed style as she slipped into a black satin jumpsuit with matching stiletto heels

Winner: Myleene oozed confidence as she posed up on a red carpet inside Smooth radio – with a banner saying ‘Congratulations Myleene’ and her candid from I’m A Celebrity

It comes after Myleene dedicated her I’m A Celebrity victory to her children – Ava, 15, Hero, 12, and Apollo, three – admitting they ‘begged’ her to go on the show when she was unsure.

Myleene said she struggled with the decision to return to the show, but it was her children who gave her the motivation.

She explained: ‘It was not an easy decision. We sat down as a family and it was my children that made me say yes.

‘The first time round I wasn’t a mum so there was no jeopardy if I ran around the jungle for a few weeks in a white bikini. 

‘I had the time of my life and took on a few challenges and then I came out and everyone knew me for having a shower! There are worse things to be known for having! I had a ball the first time.’

Myleene also dedicated her win to her children, saying she wanted to show her daughters they can be ‘strong’.

She went on: ‘This time round, I’m a mum and that changes everything. You don’t want to let your children down, you don’t want to say something that will embarrass them. You don’t want to bottle out of a trial.

‘I wanted to show my girls especially, my baby boy is a little bit too young, but my girls are 15 and 12 years old and we sat down and had a big conversation about it as a family. Both of them were just begging me to do it.

‘I said to them I’ll be as strong as I can be, I wanted to show them, and other little girls, keep walking through the fire.

She was crowned the first I’m A Celebrity Legend during the final episode of I’m A Celebrity… South Africa on Friday.

The musician and broadcaster beat Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo, 30, after the pair became the remaining two stars to spend the final night in camp.

The former singer and KISS Breakfast host Jordan made it to the final four of the series along with Fatima Whitbread, 62, and Phil Tufnell, 57, on Thursday’s episode, with Phil being voted out by the returning full cast of the show and Fatima leaving after losing the Critter Countdown trial on Friday.

With their former campmates watching on, Myleene and Jordan went head-to-head in a gruesome last trial as they predicted the number of a variety of nasties they would be able to eat before chowing down to see if they were correct.

After triumphing, Myleene – who first appeared on the show in 2006 – was named the I’m A Celebrity Legend after the King or Queen of the Jungle was ditched for this spin-off series.

Myleene said: ‘I’ve been in my element. I can’t believe what the jungle gave me first time and I’ve actually had the opportunity to relive it a second time round.

‘It’s one of those things, it was so magical the first time you start thinking did I remember that as it was or have I recreated those memories?

‘They say don’t go back to an ex and don’t go back to a reheated dinner. I thought to myself oh no, what if it’s not as good? And I’ve gone back into the bush and it’s been even bigger, more majestic, bigger trials. South Africa is vast.

‘And it’s not been against any campmates, it’s been against the best of the best.

‘It’s just been mind blowing. Everything was as magical, very tough – challenging both mentally and physically – and something that I’ve loved throwing myself into.’

She went on: ‘In the 16 years since I last did the jungle, I’ve really been tested and had to really hold your nerve. And that’s what this is and why I’m A Celebrity is just a phenomenal programme, because it tests you on every single level.

‘You don’t have your friends and family around you, your moral compass and you have to make your own choices on everything. You’re so far from home, I missed my children so much. But they made me a necklace and every trial I just held on to it.’

Champion: Myleene was crowned the first I’m A Celebrity Legend during the final episode of I’m A Celebrity… South Africa 

Competition: The musician and broadcaster beat Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo, 30 (pictured), after the pair became the remaining two stars to spend the final night in camp

Delighted: Myleene was seen smiling as she headed to the boat named Outta Here! to make her way out of the camp as the winner

Nostalgia: Myleene recreated her famous white bikini shower scenes during her second time in the jungle

Tough time: ‘I can’t lie, I had a wicked time. But it wasn’t all good. I had to eat penis or whatever it was! But overall, it was a great experience,’ he said

Number one: The star was seen wearing her crown and carrying her sceptre as she stood on the boat, holding a glass of Champagne in another hand

Disgusting: Myleene and Jordan took part in a gruesome last trial as they predicted the number of a variety of nasties they would be able to eat

Vomit-worthy: The battle saw the final two campmates take on nine dishes – including fermented eggs and mice tails – to determine who walked away as champion

She added: ‘I wanted to go to the bush as I wanted to say goodbye, to say thank you for what the jungle has given me. The jungle back in Australia gave me my family, gave me my work, gave me my career. And this time round, it has been every bit as magical as I remembered it to be. But it was time for me to say thank you to it, and goodbye to it.’

On finishing second and coming back to the show for a second time, Jordan said: ‘It was a different level. I had such a better time.

‘The first time everyone was lovely but I just don’t think I was quite ready for it. The first few days were a bit of a shock in Australia. Whereas this time I went in there just throwing myself head first into trials, challenges, whatever it was.

‘I can’t lie, I had a wicked time. But it wasn’t all good. I had to eat penis or whatever it was! But overall, it was a great experience.’

On his return he said: ‘I wanted to give it another shot. The main reason was I was kind of disappointed with how I was the first time I did it.

‘I was just annoyed with myself that I didn’t give it my all first time round. It’s only once you come out of the jungle that you really realise how much of a unique experience it is.

‘You generally never get the opportunity to do something like that ever again. So when it popped up that I had another chance to go for it, I was like mate I’m in and I will give it my all this time. Even if it’s tough. I just wanted to do it for my own peace of mind.

‘Any time anyone would bring up I’m A Celebrity the first time round, there was this little pang of guilt. I’d think, yeah, I did do it. But there’s doing it and then there’s doing it. The first time round, I did a couple of trials and then I’d try to sneak away thinking please don’t pick me. This time, I was like I want to get stuck in. And I did. I felt really good for it. I was actually buzzing.’

Myleene came out on top after entering the camp in Kruger National Park in South Africa late, with Jordan, former Olympic javelin thrower Fatima, former England cricketer Phil, television presenter Carol Vorderman, 62, former Royal Household butler Paul Burrell, 64, actress Helen Flanagan, 32 and ex soap actor Dean Gaffney, 45, amongst those taking part.

Also appearing in this series was former EastEnders cast member Joe Swash, 41, supermodel Janice Dickinson, 68, Coronation Street star Andy Whyment, 42, former Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo, 28, former professional boxer Amir Khan, 36, TV nutritionist Gillian McKeith, 63, and Happy Mondays singer Shaun Ryder, 60.

Show bosses did not make it easy for final campmates Myleene and Jordan as they took part in the ultimate eating trial, with Ant remarking: ‘If you do this, you deserve to be crowned the first ever Legend of I’m A Celeb!’

Watched on by their former campmates, the two stars were shown the jungle nasties they would be eating, with the stars suggesting the number of each item they thought they could eat in five minutes.

The celeb that chose the highest number then tried to eat the amount they had chosen in the allotted time.

Battling it out: Earlier in the episode, Myleene, Jordan and Fatima Whitbread had to face a challenge to decide who would make it into the top two

Endurance: The trio faced a trial that relied on them being able to count to six minutes, while enduring being covered in a whole manner of critters

Farewell: Myleene and Jordan went through to the final as they came closest to six minutes, while Fatima was sent home

Brutal: It came after there was a shock twist in Thursday’s instalment as all the previously eliminated campmates returned to decide the fate of the final four (L-R: final four Jordan, Fatima, Myleene and Phil Tufnell)

End of the road: The returning stars had to pick the three people they wanted to send to the final while they chose one to send home, with Phil being nominated

If they succeeded, they bagged a point. However, if they couldn’t stomach it and failed, their opponent got a point.

The battle saw the final two campmates take on nine dishes – including fermented eggs and mice tails – to determine who walked away as champion.

Earlier in the episode, Myleene, Jordan and Fatima had to face a challenge to decide who would make it into the top two.

The trio faced a trial that relied on them being able to count to six minutes, while enduring being covered in a whole manner of critters.

They each sat in a contraption that had their feet in boxes, their hands in hell holes and their heads in helmets.

Their feet were surrounded by biting green ants, while cockroaches and crickets surrounded their hands, while they came face-to-face with snakes of varying sizes in their helmets.

The three celebrities were tasked with hitting their buzzer when thought six minutes had passed.

Myleene and Jordan went through to the final as they came closest to six minutes, while Fatima was sent home.

It came after there was a shock twist in Thursday’s instalment as all the previously eliminated campmates returned to decide the fate of the final four.

The returning stars had to pick the three people they wanted to send to the final while they chose one to send home, with Phil being nominated.

He said upon departure: ‘I couldn’t think of a better three to make it through… I absolutely love my time in camp… It’s just the best holiday I’ve ever had.’

Hearing she’d made it through to the final three, Myleene was seen in tears in the Bush Telegraph, saying: ‘My children are going to be so happy.’

A statement from ITV read: ‘With no public vote, they will be competing against each other in a battle to become the first ever ‘I’m A Celebrity Legend’.’

The show was pre-recorded in South Africa’s Kruger National Park September last year, with the first episode airing last month.

Watch the full series of I’m A Celebrity….South Africa! via ITVX.



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